GoogleSiteVerification

  • For Website Verification
  • Called Google
  • From The United States
  • By Google
  • Gets a score of 68%

What is GoogleSiteVerification?

Googlebot is a bot for search engine Google. Google Site Verification is a bot from Google that checks registered websites. Users will probably find the Google Site Verification after they have registered their domain(s) in the Google Webmaster Tools. Although this spider doesn?t seem to contribute to the Google search engine, which is done by Googlebot, is does contribute to the exchange of information that Google requires from registered domains. The Google Site Verification can also be seen as a sign that Google has recognized a domain as being part of the registered webmaster domains, meaning that Googlebot has an indication of when to visit the domain for itself.


BotRank for GoogleSiteVerification (68%):

The Internet of Bots has evaluated GoogleSiteVerification against 50 different checkpoints, of which 34 have been confirmed as being positive. These checkpoints evaluate the transparency and occurrence of a bot and don´t necessarily say something about its quality. The BotRank is calculated as [34*2=] 68%. The details of the bot and the BotRank can be seen below. For more information on how the BotRank is made, you can visit the page Botrank.

User Agent(s) (4/5):

  1. Distinguishable: Yes
  2. Botname: GoogleSiteVerification
  3. Email: Not mentioned
  4. Version: 1.0
  5. Mozilla: 5.0

Whois (5/5):

  1. Public: Visit Whois
  2. Organization: Google
  3. Country: The United States
  4. City: Mountain View
  5. Street: Yes

Weblinks (2/5):

  1. User agent: Not available
  2. Crawler: Not available
  3. Homepage: Visit Google
  4. Query: Visit Google
  5. Adding: Not available

Usage (3/5):

  1. Recommended: Yes
  2. Category: Website Verification
  3. Free query: No
  4. Register: No
  5. Logo: Yes

Occurrence (15/15):

  1. Has visited during 15 of the 15 control months

Webdepth (5/15):

  1. Has visited 5 of the 15 control sites